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Bosch 12V Max Li-Ion Drill/Driver & Impact Driver Kit EXPIRED

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Fry's.com has Bosch 12V Max Lithium-Ion Drill/Driver & Impact Driver Kit (CLPK22-120) for $90 - $18 w/ promo code 83448 = $72. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available. Thanks houstontoday and Timinator89

Includes:
  • 3/8" Drill/Driver (PS31)
  • Impact Driver (PS41)
  • 2x 12V Max 2.0Ah Lithium-Ion Batteries (BAT414)
  • Charger (BC330)
  • Carrying Bag
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This is a very nice price for this well rated set. 233 reviews on Amazon give it a 4.7 out of 5 star overall rating. -Corwin

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The Bosch line of cordless tools uses the industry's most advanced Lithium-Ion technology. This gives the battery greater battery life and more run time, all in a lighter package. The lightweight design of the PS31-2A is ideal for easy handling in overhead operations and tight spaces. The Bosch 12 Volt Max drill/driver lets you tackle professional jobs with ease. The Bosch PS41 12 Volt Max impact driver offers the precision of variable speed, a light body, and a short head length.

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Last Edited by BostonGirl December 20, 2017 at 07:58 AM
USE CODE 83448 FOR $18 OFF!

Thanks @Timinator89!

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I found a coupon code on retailmenot that saved me an additional $18. Code is 83448. 72 bucks for the set is pretty slick!
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I want to chime in on the Bosch versus the comparable Milwaukee set. I've had the Bosch set for years and just love it. Few months ago I was supplied the Milwaukee set at my new job.

As to performer they seem very comparable but I am not getting the battery life with the Milwaukee set that I get with the Bosch. Some of my Bosch batteries have a good bit of years on them and they still outperform the Milwaukee ones. The Bosch also just feels better made and more likely to take abuse. I understand from just what I have read that the downside of the Bosch is that they don't have the tool lineup that Milwaukee has.

Something else and this is coming from someone that has done home improvement for their whole damn life. For the average homeowner this set will do all that you need to do. If you plan on major framing, driving large lags, spinning hole saws or deck work jump up to something heavier but this is the drill I had in my hand almost daily for almost everything. The 18 and 20 volts I feel are the specialty tool for heavier jobs but this is my go to set for 90% or better of what I did on the job and also what I do around the house. It's the right tool for the job in most applications. Using a large overly powerful and high torque tool where it is not needed causes more problems than it helps. It's tiring and prone to damage your projects or fasteners. The ergonomics and weight of this are ideal for most general projects. You can literally stick it in your pocket and climb a ladder. It will get into tight ares where a larger tool will be cumbersome. For installing hardware it is ideal. It's powerful and long lasting to drive a days worth of drywall screws. While far from ideal for driving lags or 3" screws all day it will do them and a pinch though somehow slowly. Here's a video of it driving a 6" lag with no pilot hole at all to give you some idea of what it can do.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sELTEK1i0uA
If a pilot hole was drilled I think you could do many multiples on a charge. I definitely used and abused mine to the limit of it's capabilities numerous times and it was no worse fro wear.
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Thanks OP! I had this exact set for over a year and I loved it. Somebody swiped it from a customer job site I was at last week.
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I got this set after years of passing it up. It's literally my go to power tool for the home. Love it!
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I already had the CLPK27-120 that has the drill and impact driver, but it has the 1/4" drive on the drill. I just bought this set to have a drill with a chuck and I'll gift the impact driver to my dad. Great price for this set!
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I found a coupon code on retailmenot that saved me an additional $18. Code is 83448. 72 bucks for the set is pretty slick!
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I found a coupon code on retailmenot that saved me an additional $18. Code is 83448. 72 bucks for the set is pretty slick!
Thanks for the code! Where did you find it? I looked but could not find on Retailmenot.
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Will 12v have enough power vs 18v?
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How much torque does the impact have??
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Will 12v have enough power vs 18v?
Depends on needs. There are brushless 12v and brushless 18v as well. Brushless 12v is really powerful. The ones in this deal are good for casual DIY use and offer tremendous value.
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Is this comparable to Milwaukee m12? Which one is better ?
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They charged my card 3x for this and denied the card all 3 times. The deal is amazing but the Fry's website is terrible (my card was accepted all 3 times according to capital one).
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I found a coupon code on retailmenot that saved me an additional $18. Code is 83448. 72 bucks for the set is pretty slick!
This worked for me! Thanks!

Updated the wiki. Smokin deal now.
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